Video Library

Ametherm’s Video Library contains a collection of our favorite videos just for you. Our videos cover an array of topics you’ve asked about regarding Inrush Current and Temperature Sensing Solutions. We hope you find the information valuable and enjoy watching! Be sure to check back often for new releases.

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How to Use Ametherm’s Inrush Current Calculators

This video takes you step by step through the inrush current calculations for a capacitive circuit so that you can select the right Inrush Current Limiter with the right joules rating for your application. Direct link to How to Use Ametherm’s Inrush Current Calculators

DC Motor Inrush Current (Narrated Version)


By popular demand, we’ve updated and re-released our video on DC Motor Inrush Current with voice narration. This video gives you an overview of DC motor inrush current and the damaging affects it can cause. Also, it looks at two key components of a DC motor and how they help to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. Direct link to DC Motor Inrush Current

Calculating Thermistor Beta Value

In this video, we explain what thermistor beta value is, and we’ll cover the key components of thermistor beta value. You’ll learn how simple it is to calculate thermistor beta value to be sure you select the right Inrush Current Limiter for your application. Direct link to Calculating Thermistor Beta

DC Motor Inrush Current Overview

This video gives you an overview of DC motor inrush current and the damaging affects it can cause. Also, it looks at two key components of a DC motor and how they help to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. Direct link to DC Motor Inrush Current Overview

Designing a Power Factor Correction Circuit

In this video, we cover how implementing a power factor correction circuit improves the efficiency of an inductive load system. Additionally, we walk you through the steps to build one using an Inrush Current Limiter and a Parallel Capacitor. Direct link to Designing a Power Factor Correction Circuit

NTC Thermistor Overview

In this video, we give you a quick tour of all the places that you’re likely to find NTC Thermistors hard at work doing their job. Measure and compensate for ambient temperature. Direct Link to NTC Thermistor Overview

ACCU-CURVE™ Precision Interchangeable Thermistors

Learn about our exclusive line of ACCU-CURVE thermistors and the industries that take advantage of their incredibly high accuracy. You’ll see why they are a great alternative to RTD Probes and Thermocouples. Direct link to ACCU-CURVE™ Precision Interchangeable Thermistors

Limiting Inrush Current for a 40VA Transformer

We’re no strangers to inrush current. That’s why we’ve created this handy video guide that walks you through 7 simple steps that ensure you get the right Inrush Current Limiter for your transformer. Direct link to Limiting Inrush Current for a 40VA Transformer

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What is an NTC Thermistor

In 60 seconds, you’ll discover what an NTC Thermistor is, what its made of, and what it does. You’ll see why NTC Thermistors are the best option for temperature measurement, compensation, and temperature control. Direct link to What is an NTC Thermistor

Limiting Inrush Current with NTC and PTC Thermistors

NTC Based Limiting Explained

In this video, we take an in-depth look at inrush current protection that incorporates the use of both NTC and PTC Thermistors. We compare the differences between NTC and PTC Thermistors, and cover the many advantages these devices have to offer. This is a great source of information. Direct link to Limiting Inrush Current with NTC and PTC Thermistors

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